Month: April 2018

T is for teacher story 14: the enthusiasm of second graders

Today, I am sharing a teacher story. Frances Reid teaches at Huth Road Elementary School. In this conversation, we talk about learning and about what it’s like to be a teacher. She talks about the beauty of connecting with young students, who are enthusiastic to learn new things. First of all, you teach at Huth …

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Q is for Quiche or “You speak Italian with a French Accent!”

Yesterday Linda Cascio Critelli came to the Grand Island Memorial Library to do a cooking demonstration and to tell stories about her experiences in France, as well as her knowledge of Italian cooking. She was selling a little cookbook, titled Sicilian with a French Accent. It features “deliciously simple cuisine.” She turned the library meeting …

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